|USING THE NETSCAPE WEB BROWSER|
Netscape is one of the most popular programs used to browse the world wide web.
This short guide should be enough to get you started with Netscape to browse the World Wide Web
|The Netscape Window|
There are three main parts to the Netscape window.
| ||1. ||The Toolbar|
| ||2. ||The Address Bar|
| ||3. ||The Main Window|
1. The Toolbar
| ||Back: ||Go back one page|
| ||Forward: ||Go forward one page|
| ||Reload: ||Reload the current page again|
| ||Home: ||Return to your homepage location|
| ||Search: ||Go to the default Netscape search engine|
| ||Netscape: ||Go to Netscape's home page|
| ||Security: ||Display the security information for the page you are one|
2. The Address Bar
The address bar shows you the Web Address (URL), of the current web page that you are viewing.
You can type an address directly into this section and then press Enter on your keyboard to open that site.
3. The Main Window
The main window is where the web pages are displayed. (see the image below)
Navigating the World Wide Web is more or less a point-and-click process. You navigate throughout the web by clicking on links
Links tie each web pages together. When you move your mouse over a link, the pointer will turn to a small hand. Simply click the on the link, and the new page will load in the main window.
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